Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

May 14 -23 2010

Alice...................... Haley Behn, Warren

Caterpillar............... Will Roberts

Cheshire Cat.......... Viv White, East Calais

Cook...................... Andra Kisler, Northfield

Daisy..................... Emma Kessler

Dodo...................... Josie Kennedy

Dormouse.............. Marissa Achee

Duchess................ Jasmine White, East Calais

Fish Footman......... Tom Badowski

Flower.................... Ella Pitonyak, Barre

Frog Footman......... Harry Shepard, Waterbury

Horse..................... Ella Pitonyak

Humpty Dumpty...... Harry Shepard

King of Hearts......... Robert Graham, Warren

Knave of Hearts...... Ryan "Rooster" Towle, East Calais

Knight.................... Tom Badowski, Moretown

Lily........................ Marie Schmukal

Lory....................... Emily Rondeau

Mad Hatter............. Will Roberts, Plainfield

March Hare............ Robert Brody

Mock Turtle............ Robert Brody, Stowe

Mouse................... Marissa Achee, Rochester

Queen of Hearts...... Marie Schmukal, Warren

Red Queen............. Joyce Crabtree, Waitsfield

Rose...................... Emily Rondeau, Waterbury

Sister..................... Emily Rondeau

Soldier One............ Viv White

Soldier Two............ Harry Shepard, Waterbury

Tweedle Dee........... Jasmine White

Tweedledum........... Rooster Towle

White Queen.......... Andra Kisler

White Rabbit.......... Emma Kessler, Waitsfield

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Director: Shannon Pitonyak

Publicity: Chantal Bade

Costumes: Mike Paquette & Marie Schmukal

Stage Manager: Patten Harvey

Set Design: Karl Klein

Poster Design: Jeremy Couillard

Follow that rabbit to a delightful, entertaining world of childhood fantasies. Alice journeys into a world of talking animals, comic royalty and races where the contestants run in circles! There are also the Mad Hatter’s frantic tea party, the watch-carrying White Rabbit, and talking flowers. Along the way Alice must deal with a sneezing duchess and a baby that turns into a pig! The finale has Alice watching a trial, but she suddenly finds herself the accused! The play gives a modern view to an old classic, where nonsense makes quite good sense.